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I once met a printer who had a small print shop. He had built his business over twenty years with one employee to work the shop and his wife doing graphic design and working with clients. He managed the business and was the only salesperson. He told me over
One of my first outside sales jobs was for Nextel. It was the late 90s and they had just launched their service in Nashville. I was a typical young sales rep: working during the day and enjoying life without much responsibility. Once I accepted the job I got an apartment
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So, sales are stagnate and your team needs a refresher… The easiest way to right your ship is to clean up your database. Look at your current clients and make sure that you have a rep calling on those customers. If not, ask your rep if they want the client
Common sense states the most integral part to having a great sales team is great recruiting. Money is spent finding the best in your given field. Time is spent vetting recruits and eliminating those that do not fit. Money, time, and energy are all used, preparing your new-hires for success.
For years I have deployed many strategies to market my services to prospects I hope to convert into clients. The most common communications with prospects are phone calls, email, and face-to-face meetings. Phone calls are inexpensive and the fastest way to speak with your prospects. Unfortunately your competitors and dozens